Have you ever been curious about downloading Instagram content or even Instagram messages? You currently can’t, but soon you will be able to since the app will be updated with data portability in the coming months.
Last week, Instagram was updated with the ability for users to add hashtags and links to profiles in their bio. Another update is rolling out now that will have an impact on your feed.
Instagram is getting an update that will allow users to add more information in their bio. The mobile app update brings with it the ability for users to add their own hashtags and more to their personal profile.
According to a trusted source, BlackBerry has opened a lawsuit against Facebook. The filing took place in Los Angeles earlier this week accusing Facebook of violating BlackBerry-owned patents in the social media giant’s WhatsApp and Instagram apps.
Instagram has been back at work, and now the service is gaining a new feature. The latest update for Instagram on Android allows users to send ‘Live Videos’ as a direct message.
Instagram took things to its blog this week to announce a new update for Android and iOS. According to the company, users will now be able to follow hashtags just as they do other users.
Google’s Play Store is full of apps and games, but one category that has taken off more in the last year or so is messaging applications. There are a ton of messaging apps available on Android, many of which see millions of active users each and every day. Leading the charge is Facebook, who just this week announced a brand new messaging app, and the possibility of another.
There are a lot of choices when it comes to messaging apps on Android, and a recent report suggests that a new one is coming.